Video: CBD Basics and Products Offered.

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How legalized is CBD?

Federally, all CBD derived from industrial hemp is legal. However, domestic CBD plants must be certified and often come with stalks, seeds, and flowers. Likewise, CBD from industrial hemp that is often imported and come from stalks and seeds is legal in all states in the U.S and is used as supplement or food. All our products are from domestic and imported hemp.

How Does CBD Function?

The quest to know more about CBD doesn’t end. However, research has shown that the human body has an Endocannabinoid System, which is made of receptors embedded on cells. CBD is believed to react with these receptors to give anti-nausea, anti-inflammatory, and anti-anxiety effects, among other effects that are still understudies. You may want to learn more from the US National Library of Medicine.

How Can CBD Help Me?

The impact of CBD on the overall wellbeing of the human body has been shown in research. But then, we can’t diagnose, prescribe, or treat any ailment. We advocate you make your research to see if CBD will help your health condition. PubMed and ProjectCBD.ord can help you.

IS THC the same as CBD?

No, they are not the same but are related. Both are cannabinoid compound, and this accounts for the similar molecular appearance. While there are more than 85 known cannabinoids, CBD and THC appear to be more familiar, and most research focuses on these two. Unlike THC, CBD is not psychoactive.

Can you talk about the endocannabinoid system?

Endocannabinoid system is concerned with the nervous system, and more studies discuss this better. You may want to do your research, or we can direct you on how to get the ever-evolving information.

Is there just one CBD?

No, all CBD is not the same. They don’t just come in different products but different forms. CBD undergoes different processes, and this alters the end product. While there are CBDs in the form of raw, isolated compounds, others can be converted into water-soluble compounds. These differences in the processing methods yield a variety of CBD products which don’t function in the same way in the human system. You can navigate to our news section to read more posts on this idea.

How much CBD do I need?

No two human beings are the same. However, each product has a serving size as recommended by the manufacturer, and this is often ideal for most users. You can start with that. In most cases, that’s about 10 mg, but if you don’t see results within a week, you may take the same service two times every day. If it still doesn’t work, it’s advisable you reach out to us instead of consuming more.

How do I certify your products are top quality?

Before you purchase, it’s recommended that you make a research about the brand you’re buying. Every brand should have lab tests and their results ready to prove their product quality. Most of these results are available upon request and do well to ensure the brand you go for has a return policy and can be reached.

How safe is your Product?

All the products up on our site are lab tested. We don’t engage in the core production process. Instead, we source from top manufacturers who have a proven track record of quality and transparency. We don’t put up unsafe products, so we make all lab results available upon request.

What’s the source of your CBD?

In the US, hemp is sold legally either as domestically grown or imported. So, we source the products we sell from manufacturers who use domestic or imported hemp

Where are you based?

We’re located at 1915 NE Stucki Ave,Suite-400 Hillsboro Or-97006 LOCATION, and we ship all products right from our warehouse.

What’s the best way to take CBD?

CBD can be ingested orally, or you can vaporize it. Each of these methods provides the body with a unique level of absorption. So, you go for what suits you or reach us to us to help.

The CBD I’m taking seems not to be working. Why?

When you take less a serving size or take it inconsistently, then you’re likely to experience little or no effect. In such a case, it’s good to reach out to the store or brand you purchased it; they can help.

Will using CBD cause drug test failure?

Brands test for drugs in various ways. Most tests focus on delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), and this often fails to spot cannabidiols or other related constituents.

Studies have shown that hemp oils and food can lead to positive results when blood and urine specimens are analyzed on a cannabidiol profile. In line with the United States Armed Services, it’s advisable you don’t ingest these products if you’re subject to drug screening.

Do your products contain THC?

Our products have little or no THC content. In line with the U.S law, a maximum of 0.3% is ideal for no psychotropic effect. We even have many products with NO THC content.

Is CBD okay for kids?

CBD works for kids and adults as a good supplement. But then, we recommend you discuss with your health care provider before resorting to giving your kids CBD supplements.

How does it feel taking CBD products?

The truth is that everyone reacts differently somewhat to CBD products. While a majority reports that they feel relaxed, others may not experience any significant effect. It’s good to know that CBD acts as a neutralizer that balances your body system. If you’ve been on CBD products for say 10 days, and you think there are no significant effects. Stop it for a while and watch yourself.

Are there side effects?

While CBD is recommendable, it’s not completely void of side effects. One might experience stomach discomfort and sensitivity to some contents like MCT Oil. Do well to go through the ingredients of any product before you opt for it.

Does CBD affect other medications?

Any addition to your body system can interact with existing medication; you can consult your doctor.

Is CBD a drug?

In as much as it does great works, it remains supplements.

Does CBD contain Hemp oil?

Often than not, Hemp oil is not present in CBD. Hemp seed oil is not the same as CBD. While Hemp seed oil is not bad, it’s good not to have a certain amount of cannabinoids. So, there is a need to extract cannabinoids, including CBD. Look out for the active ingredients on the label of the products you buy.

Do you go for synthetic CBD?

No, we only sell products from NATURAL CBD.

Do I need CBD when healthy?

Healthy persons can take CBD. CBD products support aging bodies nutritionally.

Do you use synthetic flavors?

Virtually all of our products have natural flavors or are not flavored at all. However, some edible products, tincture, and vape have a blend of artificial and natural flavoring.